Even though the tax legislation has changed, you don’t need to pay through the nose for help filing your return. In some cases, it’s free. In theory, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act — which roughly doubled the standard deduction, did away with personal exemptions and trimmed individual income tax rates — should make it
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After another week of roller coaster market action, investors may be looking at the balance in their 401(k) plan and wonder what they should do about their retirement savings. The volatility in the U.S. and global equity markets has led some “buy-and-hold” investors to make major moves in their retirement plans. Daily trading activity in
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Comcast Ventures had seen enough. Years of researching business models, seeing their own portfolio’s performance and watching digital media startups struggle had made an impression. For 2018, the venture capital firm made a decision: it would no longer put money behind advertising-driven media companies no longer made sense. “Starting an ad-supported business is really, really
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer will be seeking out “man-made” buying opportunities for investors in the short week before Thanksgiving Day. Some of these opportunities reared their heads Friday, he said on “Mad Money.” Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Richard Clarida told CNBC that the central bank should be more data-dependent and President Donald Trump said Chinese officials
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Homebuilder stocks are getting hammered. The group fell Friday for the sixth time in seven sessions, bringing the total year-to-date losses for the XHB, a popular homebuilder-tracking ETF, to 23 percent. While some investors are avoiding homebuilders amid rising interest rates that traditionally serve as a headwind for the economically sensitive group of stocks, others
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Up, down and all-around. It’s been a volatile period for a market under correction and one which may turn out to be an even uglier bear. The good news is — if you’re an investor that desires price volatility working for you rather than against you — Under Armour (NYSE:UAA), Chipotle (NYSE:CMG) and Tilray (NASDAQ:TLRY) are
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